Samantha Lewthwaite is once again connected to terrorism in Kenya. Who is she? Read more
Samantha Lewthwaite: From the Shires to Al-Shabab
Samantha Lewthwaite is once again connected to terrorism in Kenya. Who is she?
Help to Buy
Are the warnings that the new Help to Buy scheme will cause a price bubble justified?
IT problems have scuppered an overhaul of the benefits system. What went wrong?
Energy Prices: The Truth
As energy bills rise, The Report investigates if customers are being ripped off.
Inside the Vatican
Why did the former Pope Benedict resign? Mark Dowd travels to Rome to investigate.
Terror Laws: An Unhappy Compromise?
Have the Coalition's terror reforms struck the right balance?
Tension Over Roma Migration
Andrew Fletcher investigates tensions in some UK cities with large Roma communities.
The Brixton Maoists
How did three women disappear into a London-based Maoist group for more than 30 years?
Banking IT crisis
Do ageing bank IT systems pose a risk to financial stability? Melanie Abbott investigates.
Miners' Strike Miscarriages?
Did police falsify evidence against some miners during the 1984 strike? With Jenny Chryss.
Right to Die
The Supreme Court will rule soon on 'right to die' issues. Can we learn from Belgium?
The Seven Day Health Service
How can the NHS offer more in a time of unprecedented financial pressures?
What caused the trouble at Oakwood Prison? Hannah Barnes investigates.
Dieudonne: France's Most Dangerous Comedian?
What does the popularity of controversial comedian Dieudonne tell us about France today?
Turkey: The Gulen Movement
Edward Stourton investigates Turkey's most powerful grassroots Islamic network.
Ofsted's Ideological Battle
Phil Kemp reveals the ideological battle between Ofsted and some of its inspectors.
Who Killed Meredith Kercher?
Is Amanda Knox really guilty of the murder of British student Meredith Kercher?
Marius the Giraffe: Zoogenics?
A Danish zoo caused outrage when it killed a giraffe. Do UK zoos do similar culls?
The Mystery of Flight 370
How can a plane disappear, and why are we no nearer to solving the enigma of flight MH370?
The Truth About Statins
Tom Esslemont demystifies the debate surrounding the cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Maria Miller's Expenses
The MPs' expenses row has claimed another victim, five years after the initial revelations
The Muslim Brotherhood in Britain
Was David Cameron right to order an investigation into the Islamist organisation?
Sexual Harassment in Westminster
Simon Cox investigates allegations of abuse of power and a culture of silence.
Converts to Islam tell reporter Zubeida Malik how they were lured into extremism.
Investigating the barrister and author Constance Briscoe, jailed for lying to the police.
The Unsolved Murder of Daniel Morgan
The unsolved murder of Daniel Morgan and claims of police corruption in the case.
Are e-cigarettes a health hazard or the best aid we have for smokers trying to quit?
Why are People Voting UKIP?
Wesley Stephenson goes to south Essex to find out why so many residents voted UKIP.
Internet Jihadi: Babar Ahmad
British jihadi Babar Ahmad's journey from Tooting to a US jail. Dominic Casciani reports.
Trojan horse schools plot
Allegations of a plot to Islamise secular schools in Birmingham investigated.
Diabetes: A Surgical Solution?
Could increasing access to weight loss surgery help the battle against diabetes?
Litvinenko: The Miniature Nuclear Attack
The Report speaks to the wife and son of the murdered former Russian intelligence officer
The Big Society
Giving power to the people was the big idea of the coalition, but what has become of it?
UK surrogacy is based on trust rather than contract. Catrin Nye asks if the system works.
With big publishers and Amazon at war, Adam Fleming reports on turmoil in the book world.
Melanie Abbott explores the journey Afghan Sikhs make to build a new life in the UK.
Racism in Northern Ireland
Rising racism in Northern Ireland - but who is behind it? Helen Grady investigates.
The Right to be Forgotten
Simon Cox looks into the effects of the 'right to be forgotten' ruling.
How have voters in Stirling decided whether or not to vote for Scottish independence?
Francis: The Pope's Calling
Is Francis the 'revolutionary' Pope that his admirers hope for and his critics fear?
Paramedics Under Pressure
Why are paramedics quitting the ambulance service in rising numbers? With Adrian Goldberg.
Tesco: Trouble at the Top
Why is Tesco under investigation by the Serious Fraud Office? Simon Cox reports.
Right to Buy
Can the UK afford to continue selling off valuable social housing stock on the cheap?
Will the Virgin brand survive the damage caused by the crash of a Virgin Galactic rocket?
Suspected suicide bomber Kabir Ahmed left Derby to join IS. Simon Cox investigates why.
Private schools and public benefit
Are private schools doing enough to support state schools? Simon Cox investigates.
Rape: Prosecuting Accusers
Should women suspected of making false accusations of rape be prosecuted?
Former jihadi Aimen Dean explains how Islamic State came to power and how it survives.
CIA Torture: What Did Britain Know?
Have UK intelligence agencies been involved in torture? Is enough being done to find out?
Germany, Islam and the New Right
Pegida, Germany's anti-Islamisation movement, is growing fast. Catrin Nye investigates.
French, Republican and Muslim, Insha'Allah?
France wants its Muslims to be more French, but where does this leave their identity?
Anti-Semitism in the UK: Is It Growing?
Simon Cox investigates the changing face of prejudice against Jewish people.
The Truth About Fat
Low-fat diets are often recommended, but is this based on solid science?
Trouble at the Telegraph
Is the Daily Telegraph allowing advertisers to influence its news agenda?
Tony Blair: Farewell to the Quartet
As Tony Blair prepares to quit his diplomatic role in the Middle East, Simon Cox asks why.
The Murder of Meredith Kercher
As Amanda Knox is cleared of Meredith Kercher's murder, the case against her is assessed.
Are Russian sanctions dangerous for Britain?
EU sanctions on Russia are up for renewal. The Report asks should the UK be backing them?
Sharia Law in Britain
Are sharia councils in the UK a cause for concern? Jenny Chryss reports.
The Satanic Cult That Wasn't
How Satanic abuse accusations in a north London suburb went global, despite being untrue.
Sexism in the City
A City banker gets £3 million payout for sexism at work. Why do such cases still happen?
Why drug resistance is considered a severe threat to public safety. Peter Marshall reports
Aid to Nepal
Why aid money pouring into Nepal after the earthquake is likely to be corruptly diverted.
When GPs should say no
Why are patients given unnecessary medical treatments? Should doctors just say no?
Mobeen Azhar investigates the rising popularity of 'chemsex' parties on London's gay scene
Rwanda: Has Britain Been Beguiled?
Has Britain got too close to Rwanda after its remarkable recovery from the 1994 genocide?
Jehovah's Witnesses and Child Sexual Abuse
Do Jehovah's Witnesses' child safeguarding policies adequately protect against abuse?
Radicals, Rights and Hunting - The Battle for the RSPCA
Peter Marshall investigates claims the RSPCA faces a takeover by animal rights radicals.
Kids Company: What's Going On?
The charity Kids Company and its founder Camila Batmanghelidjh are under fire. Why?
The Corbyn Effect
How has Jeremy Corbyn MP garnered so much support in Labour's leadership contest?
Tunisia on the Fault Line
Deserted beaches and empty hotels: a package holiday after the terror attack in Sousse.
E-Cigarettes: Another Puff
The IRA and Sexual Abuse
Mairia Cahill tells her story of sexual abuse at the hands of a senior IRA operative.
The Ambridge Price of Milk
The current milk crisis, seen through the prism of long-running radio soap The Archers.
The Hollywood Spy
Why British writer Cedric Belfrage avoided prosecution after passing top secrets to Russia
My Big Fat Greek Crisis
Can Greece turn its fortunes around? Frances Stonor Saunders asks the Greek people.
The 'Pink Pill': The Female Viagra?
Why the first licensed drug to treat low sexual desire in women is proving controversial.
How to Get Into the UK
The programme looks at who is eligible for a visa to live or work in the UK.
Salad v Surgery: Treating Type 2 Diabetes
Why an operation might be the best way to treat Type 2 diabetes
Peter Oborne's Chilcot Report
Peter Oborne gives his verdict on crucial questions raised by the 2003 invasion of Iraq.
Paris: Could it Happen Here?
Edward Stourton and 4 British Muslim journalists discuss the extremist threat to the UK
Changing Jihadi Minds
The secretive counter-extremism programme known as Channel is investigated by John Ware.
Young, Tory and Bullied
Investigating bullying allegations in the conservative youth movement. John Manel reports.
Al Qaeda in Syria
Has the west or its allies entered into an unspoken alliance with Al Qaeda in Syria?
A not so merry migrant Christmas in Vienna
Thousands of migrants are stuck in Vienna. Will they ever realise their European dreams?
Afghanistan: Time for Truth?
Is it time for the west to admit it lost the war in Afghanistan?
Should Labour MPs be scared of Momentum? Stephen Bush of the New Statesman finds out.
The story behind the fatal poisoning in London of Russian exile Alexander Litvinenko.
Tommy Robinson's Pegida Ambition
Tommy Robinson launches the UK branch of the German anti-Islam group Pegida.
Lord Bramall: A Failure to Investigate?
The former army chief speaks on now-dismissed allegations of child abuse made against him
Trump v the Republicans in New Hampshire: PJ O'Rourke on the campaign trail
US satirist PJ O'Rourke goes on the campaign trail in New Hampshire. Can Trump really win?
What would a seven-day NHS look like, and can the government afford to pay for it?
Jimmy Savile and the BBC
How did Jimmy Savile get away with sexual abuse when so many people knew so much?
The gangland feud that led to two horrific murders within just four days in Dublin.
Can psychedelic drugs overcome their notoriety to become accepted for routine medical use?